MEGA carried out its first transnational project meeting in Gottingen on 11th and 12th of March, 2020. The meeting was a novelty for all partners – Under the given circumstances three partners (from German, Austria and France) were on site, while three partners (from Italy, Lithuania and Cyprus) were not allowed to travel and were virtually connected. Despite its Continue reading
The training course designed in the framework of NOAF project took place last week in Goettingen, Germany. On 18th of February BUPNET, as a partner, hosted the event in its premises and welcomed in total 21 participants who attended the 3-day course. The project “No alternative facts” addresses the challenge of processing information in a growing globalised world, in an adult education context, through this innovative train-the-trainer format which succeeded in: Continue reading
We have successfully concluded the VIM national pilots and have written up our reports.
In total, 55 educators piloted the small training units in all countries involving all in all 488 migrants and refugees from different countries of origin. The pilot tests took place in various contexts, mainly in language courses, but also during welcoming sessions, workshops and multiplier events.
In general, the feedback from the educators in terms of the relevance and usability of the VIM small training units was very positive. Continue reading
The project consortium has developed the training offer to enhance critical thinking and media literacy among young adults. The programme is made up from three modules, all of which are available through and supported by the gamified platform. The modules are: Continue reading
The fifth newsletter tells about the final conference that took place in Athens as well as about the findings and results of the national pilots that involved all in all 55 educators and 500 migrants and refugees in the partner countries. Their feedback was gathered by means of questionnaires and direct talks – We are happy to announce that is was very positive. Read more in our newsletter.
The VIC team invites you to its final conference in Thessaloniki, Greece, on 16th of October, 2019.
Please find the conference agenda here.
The conference will offer an overview of the main elements of the project: blended learning offer, competence inventory of 14 integration competences, validation system LEVEL5, and the experience from practice.
In four workshops and a panel discussion entitled “Learning to live together in a diverse societey” the conference participants the participants can actively participate in the conference and shape the conference with their opinions, questions and experiences.
The conference venue is: Aristotle University Research Dissemination Centre (KEDEA), 3is Septemvriou, Thessaloniki 546 36, Greece
Please find the agenda here
The VIM consortium is waiting for you in Athens on 10th of October, 2019 at INNOVATHENS.
The VIM consortium invites you to the final conference of the VIM project. The conference will be hosted by our Greek partner KMOP on 10th of October, 2019.
Apart from presenting the main outcomes and lessons learnt in terms of implementing the easy-to use micro-learning and information units for health promotion, we will give space and time for discussions, exchanges, workshops, and networking, so that all participants can be part of the conference processes.
In the scope of the BADGES project, partners were able to attend a meeting in the Kreishaus Kassel joined by museum curators from regional museums in the Kassel region. During the meeting, the partners had a chance to present the BADGES approach to the attendees and also showcase the two apps already created (Challenge Abroad – Malta and 200 Years Bremen Town Musicians) using the app template. Continue reading
The VIM partners have developed a Quality Badge for all those organisations that promote health education for migrants and want to show it to their clients, learners, other training providers, funding authorities, the broad society, and other interest groups.
Find out all main facts in our fourth newsletter.